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Richard Diamond ep 2x04 Double Jeopardy
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Topics: Richard Diamond, Classic TV
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One Step Beyond: Doomsday Season: 2 Episode 4 First Aired: 10/13/1959
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Topics: One Step Beyond, Classic TV
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"Flat Top" Jones kidnaps Dick Tracy (Ralph Byrd) after being hired to do away with him. However, Flat Top decides he wants more money, giving Tracy time to live while Sam Catchem searches for him. Season 1, Episode 15: December 12, 1950
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Topics: Dick Tracy, Classic TV, Ralph Byrd
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13 Demon Street (Fever) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download.
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Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
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13 Demon Street (The Vine of Death) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download.
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Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
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13 Demon Street (The Black Hand) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download.
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Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
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An episode of the 1950's crime television series "Martin Kane, Private Eye". This episode is called "Hotel Con Game". With original advertising for Pipe Tobacco (Note: this kind of product-placement was fairly rare on prime-time TV, despite what hopeless TV critics may say).
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 1950s, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Murder, Crime, Detective, Robbery,...
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Another episode of the crime-drama "Martin Kane, Private Eye". In this episode, three sisters (one of which is criminally insane) create trouble after the victims body is shown to have been mutilated *after* the murder. (Note: contains original advertising. It should be noted this style of advertising was not that common then)
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Crime, Drama, Crime Drama, Kinescope,...
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Another episode of "Martin Kane, Private Eye", a live crime drama from the early days of television. In this episode, a murder during a court hearing makes everyone unsure who supplied the weapon. Not a bad episode, though it does feature a couple of stereotypes, a few missed cues and some unusual camera angles. Though it features product placement for pipe tobacco, the amount of actual advertising is less than you'd assume.
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Topics: Classic TV, Classic Television, Crime, Drama, Murder, Murderer, Court Room, Kinescope, Live TV,...
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Public domain US television show feature Boris Karloff as a dective interested in the paranormal.
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Episode "Doctored Will" of the classic TV series "Martin Kane, Private Eye". This is from the 1949-1950 season.
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, Private Eye, Detective, Kinescope, Kinescopes, Live TV, Public Domain